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  1. I know such a person. Unfortunately, after living a long life, he died relatively recently. This is Evgraf Kalenyevich Duluman, a Soviet and later Ukrainian consistent atheist who had a degree in theology, knew the Bible by heart and also studied the Koran.

    Moreover, he was the only one who could talk and argue about the specific aggressiveness of Islam with representatives of its clergy in personal live debates.

  2. I live in Israel and personally know several Arabs who left Islam and converted to Protestantism. it seems that there is {was at least} a radio in Arabic telling Muslim Arabs about Christ

  3. I personally think that there are necessarily people who have tried to study and understand all religions. Each religion is a way of survival of the people in specific / climatic or other/ conditions. And bandits have always been and will always be, and there will always be people who fight with someone else's hands for their own benefit.

  4. No religion in the world can be considered in the context of the lie-truth juxtaposition. When someone tries to view the provisions of religious teaching from these positions, he puts himself in a position above the criticized denomination, and this already represents religious extremism and an outrage on someone else's free will.

    In the United States, for example, 28 religious branches of Christianity get along. In Islam, there is no vertical subordination and dictate of one religious trend over another!

  5. Why would an atheist study something that doesn't exist ? It's pointless. You don't have to prove anything to atheists. We need to show them.

    There is not a single proof of the existence of God, the soul, the afterlife, etc. And there are fairy tales about the creation of the world . This is a departure from the main question: “The lack of evidence for the existence of God is a direct proof that he does not exist. There is no other way to prove what doesn't exist. There is no god, and there are religions that are based on the majority's fear of death. and a minority is adept at exploiting this fear.

  6. I don't know about blogs, I think there are, but I just don't read them and can't link them. But to answer your question, yes, there are people among atheists who have thoroughly studied all the holy scriptures and the foundations of various religions. Moreover, there are enough atheists among teachers and researchers of such a discipline as the history of religions (I will not give statistics, but I can guarantee that not everyone is a believer). And I will say even more: the very fundamental study of religions allows us to see a huge number of political, economic and other factors that have influenced modern religious institutions, which, of course, does not necessarily lead to atheism, but at least leads to a distinction between religion and faith.

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